About Malcolm Duncan
Malcolm Duncan is the Founder and Director of Church and Community.
Malcolm is passionate about the importance of Christians being “good news people” and about the importance of holding together preaching, service, advocacy, prayer and partnership so that followers of Jesus can be effective in changing the world. Malcolm regularly helps the government and other groups to understand the role of church in society and regularly encourages local churches and Christian groups to be the change that they want to see in their community. He is deeply committed to serving the poor and excluded.
From 2005-2008 Malcolm was Leader of Faithworks with responsibility for inspiring, leading and developing the Faithworks Movement across the world. Prior to this, Malcolm was Head of Church and Mission for the Evangelical Alliance where he was responsible for leading the Alliance’s commitment to over 3000 churches, in the work in evangelism, mission, prayer and social responsibility.
Malcolm has been leading local churches for a number of years and has been the Senior Pastor of Gold Hill Baptist Church since September 2010. In his leadership roles he has been actively involved in helping churches serve their local communities and has set up a number of community initiatives including community advice centres, neighbourhood forums, neighbourhood watch schemes, debt clinics and a number of other projects to meet specific local needs.
Malcolm is a passionate communicator and over the past ten years has regularly written, broadcast, taught and lectured on the themes of mission and Christian engagement with society. He has written two books, Building a Better World and Kingdom Come (both of which can be ordered here).
Malcolm is married to Debbie, a Nurse Practitioner and lecturer at King's College, London. They have four children and live in Chalfont St Peter in Buckinghamshire.
Malcolm is available to speak at your church, conference or training event. Please click here to see his current commitments or complete our booking form to make an enquiry.